Joint venture set to commission two oil rigs in Q4 Business

Joint venture set to commission two oil rigs in Q4

Vietnam-Russia oil and gas joint venture Vietsovpetro is speeding up the building of marine constructions and aiming to put RC-RB1 and RC-10 rigs of the Dragon oilfield into operation in the fourth quarter of this year.
Vietnamese wins marine conservation photography prize Videos

Vietnamese wins marine conservation photography prize

Photographer Nguyen Ngoc Thien has become the winner of the Save Our Seas Foundation Marine Conservation category of the Underwater Photographer of the Year (UPY) 2022 award with his photo featuring anchovy fishing off the coast of Hon Yen in the south-central province of Phu Yen.
Thailand strives to contain oil spillover at sea  World

Thailand strives to contain oil spillover at sea

Thailand on January 26 mobilised its navy and other agencies to contain an oil spill after an estimated 160,000 litres leaked from an undersea pipeline about 20 km (12.4 miles) off its industrialised eastern seaboard.
Endangered turtles returned to the wild Environment

Endangered turtles returned to the wild

The Cham Island’s Marine Protected Area (MPA) management board and Quang Nam province’s rangers have released an endangered turtle to the local forest, three days after it was captured by a local farmer and handed to the MPA.
Blue economy – an important strategy in Vietnam’s development Business

Blue economy – an important strategy in Vietnam’s development

Blue economy is a combination of industries from different economic sectors closely linked with the marine environment without clear boundaries, and the development of one industry can have positive or negative impacts on others, said Dao Xuan Lai, head of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Climate Change and Environment Unit in Vietnam.